I've done a bit of an overhaul on the site to make it a bit more SFA-y. As my students in 344 this semester will tell you, I just created a new adjective by added the adjectival -y suffix. Ah, word creation early in the morning always puts a smile on my face. Look carefully at the picture in the new heading, and you will see that the picture is an aerial view of our beautiful campus. Thanks to my husband, who is a pilot in his spare time, I was able to snap some pretty nice shots of the campus from the air.
I've also added pages to the blog so that certain information is always easy to access: my homepage on the SFA server, the linguistics minor page on the departmental website, the rundown on the linguistics courses for Summer 2010, and the rundown on the linguistics courses for Fall 2010. I'm trying to make it so the external links (my homepage and the departmental page) will open as soon as you click on the page title, but I haven't yet figured out how to do that. If you know how, please tell me. :) In the meantime, you are taken to a page in Blogger that provides the link you have to click on to get the page.
You may have noticed that I've posted posters around the department and Ferguson advertising the linguistics courses for the fall and summer. While I am excited that we have the opportunity to offer six sections of linguistics courses in the fall AND three sections in the summer, I am terrified that we won't be able to fill them. If you'd like to see more linguistics offerings now and in the future, please help us out by using good old-fashioned word-of-mouth for advertising. Over the next couple weeks, I will be sending out announcements about the courses via mySFA and putting up another wave of posters. I am also working on designing bookmarks for the linguistics program as a promotional item. If you can think of anything else that you and your fellow students might appreciate in the way of advertising/promoting the linguistics program, please let me know.